Small silver plastic trophy. On the cup it is embellished with the Ahepan seal of Hermes' head, olive branches and a pheonix in flight. Around this symbol is written "XI National Ahepan Olympiad- Pittsburgh, Penna." On the base of the trophy is a black plaque that reads "Second Place, 4 Man 440 YD. Relay, August 18, 1954"
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Trophy, August 18, 1954, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/10446. Accessed 01/24/21.